Neha Sarin reports on an EAT ruling regarding a surgeon who failed to comply with rules and procedures but did not receive warnings about his actions
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In the second episode of People Management's new podcast, we explore the UK’s bad management problems with our experts; learn the value of a well-timed joke in the workplace; and agony uncle Tim Pointer answers your queries
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